"I am afraid, Mr. Darcy," observed Miss Bingley in a half whisper, "that this adventure has rather affected your admiration of her fine eyes."
"Not at all," he replied; "they were brightened by the exercise."
– Jane Austen
Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 8. The snobbish Caroline Bingley once again guesses wrong about Mr. Darcy’s thoughts. Aiming to puncture his admiration for Elizabeth’s "fine eyes," she makes a jibe about Elizabeth’s three-mile walk through the mud to Netherfield. But Darcy is even more admiring of Lizzy’s eyes after the exercise.